200,000th International Scout Rolls Off Assembly Line | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

200,000th International Scout Rolls Off Assembly Line

200,000th International Scout Rolls Off Assembly Line | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Press release photograph of the 200,000th International Scout truck rolling off of the assembly line. Original caption reads: "Almost eight years to the day after the first one was produced, the 200,000th Scout compact utility vehicle was driven off the assembly line at the Fort Wayne Works of International Harvester Company's motor truck division. In ceremonies heralding the milestone, the Scout is greeted by its new owner, Mrs. June Pontello, an employee at the Works. Mrs. Pontello's Scout is the first of the new models just introduced by International. Sharing the important moment with her are (from left) Homer C. Keck, manager of the Fort Wayne sales branch; R.E. Mills, superintendent of the Scout assembly line at the Works; and H.A. Ehrman, Works manager."
DESCRIPTION
Press release photograph of the 200,000th International Scout truck rolling off of the assembly line. Original caption reads: "Almost eight years to the day after the first one was produced, the 200,000th Scout compact utility vehicle was driven off the assembly line at the Fort Wayne Works of International Harvester Company's motor truck division. In ceremonies heralding the milestone, the Scout is greeted by its new owner, Mrs. June Pontello, an employee at the Works. Mrs. Pontello's Scout is the first of the new models just introduced by International. Sharing the important moment with her are (from left) Homer C. Keck, manager of the Fort Wayne sales branch; R.E. Mills, superintendent of the Scout assembly line at the Works; and H.A. Ehrman, Works manager."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:25648
Creation Date: November 27 1968
Creator Name:International Harvester Company
City:Fort Wayne
County:
State:Indiana
Collection Name:International Harvester Company : International Harvester Company corporate archives central file (documented series), 1819-1998
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:MCC MSS 6Z, box 982, #18588
Original Dimensions:10 x 8 inches
SUBJECTS
Clothing and dress
Trucks
Suits (Clothing)
Factories
Businessmen
Indoor photography
Men
Women
Signs and signboards

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